In the second of our “letters home” series, in partnership with the T.C. Williams High School College and Career Center, our newly graduated Titans give us their impressions of life away from home.
With the upcoming cold weather, we would like to remind you how to stay informed about school closings or delayed openings.
On Saturday, Alexandria’s City Council approved the use of the old Patrick Henry Elementary School facility as temporary swing space for Douglas MacArthur Elementary School students – allowing the modernization of MacArthur to move ahead.
“A majority of our kids, has something that they are dealing with that’s pretty heavy,” said coach and school resource officer Johnny Larios.
Our support staff are so important to the success of our schools. Help us show them how much we value their contribution.
Our panel of experts was able to answer many interesting questions raised at the event held at Minnie Howard.
During last month’s Hispanic Heritage Celebration, we spoke with successful ACPS alumni about the challenges of adjusting to a new way of life. We asked first and second-generation Americans how they overcame adversity. Hear three of their stories.
Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. presented a ten-year vision for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget that builds capacity across all grade levels, increases safety and security, modernizes facilities for the 21st century, and ensures equitable investment across all schools.
Within ACPS, we are fortunate to have two elementary schools that utilize the immersion method of language acquisition to teach both English and Spanish together.
Eleven nationalities speaking multiple languages play alongside each other as they attempt to figure out life in the U.S. Don’t miss this video featuring a special T.C. cameo!